Temporelle Arteritis

Were you looking for information about Temporal Arteritis? Temporelle arteritis is a common misspelling of temporal arteritis.
 
About 200 out of 100,000 people over the age of 50 develop temporal arteritis in the United States. The disorder results in the swelling of arteries in the head, neck, and arms, which causes reduced blood flow. In order to prevent serious complications, such as blindness or stroke, immediate treatment with a corticosteroid medicine is necessary. Some of the common symptoms of temporal arteritis include one-sided severe headache, stiffness, muscle pain, and pain in the temples.
 
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